The Mox or “Moxes” was “formed in 2076 after the death of Elizabeth “Lizzie” Borden, a strip club owner & ex-prostitute who treated her workers fairly and defended them from violent clients.”
Formed in 2076 after the death of Elizabeth “Lizzie” Borden, a strip club owner & ex-prostitute who treated her workers fairly and defended them from violent clients, The Mox refer to themselves as “those who protect working girls and guys” from violence and abuse. #Cyberpunk2077 pic.twitter.com/X1Ie8JjPYo
— Cyberpunk 2077 (@CyberpunkGame) April 8, 2020
According to the tweet, The Mox’s motivation is to “protect working girls and guys from violence and abuse.” Their gang name is written in old school text, with a skull doll being their chosen symbol.
Global Community Lead Marcin Momot weighed in with a quote retweet, noting that this is the first entry in a “series of posts talking about corporations and gangs that you will be able to encounter in the streets of Night City.” Expect a few more of these information drops over the coming months as we approach Cyberpunk 2077’s September release date.
In other Cyberpunk 2077 news, CD Projekt Red recently revealed an incredible figurine of the game’s female protagonist. There are plenty of pictures of the impressive Pure Arts model after the jump.
Jordan Oloman is a freelance writer for IGN who is waiting for CD Projekt Red to reveal his own Cyberpunk 2077 gang, The Olomen. Follow him on Twitter.